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MC56F8355 start-up

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christophe_chev
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Hello, I have an issue about MC56F8355 start-up: - the internal voltage is equal to 2,5V and stable - the external Reset rises up after 173ms - the external clock is a cristal at 8Mhz and the amplitude signal is about 2V - the RSTO output rises up 20µs after Reset The DSC can start-up a few times but not at each time When the DSC doesn't start-up, the CLKO output is low Could you help me ? Thank you in advanced Regards Christophe
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christophe_chev
Contributor I

Hello,

I tried different crystal manufacturers, I tried a ceramic resonator and I applyed an external clock but the result is the same

I found a new information :

If I put a delay of 100ms between VddIO and Vdda_ADC, the DSC starts-up.

 

The VddIO has to apply after Vdda_ADC of the DSC.

 

Have you an explanation about that ?

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xiangjun_rong
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi,

Generally, you can use digital 3.3V(connected to VDDIO) to generate analog 3.3V(connected to VDDA) via a ferrite bead, while, you can connect a ferrite bead between VSS and VSSA.

I have checked the data sheet of MC56F8355, I have not seen the power-up sequence requirement for VDDIO and VDDA.

BR

Xiangjun Rong

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xiangjun_rong
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi, Christophe,

It appears that the crystal works unreliably, pls refer to the configuration I copied from Data sheet:

From software, you have to set the OCCS_OSCTL[COHL]=1.

Pls add two caps on the EXTAL/XTAL pins and have a try. If you still have question, pls change another 8MHz crystal from different manufacturer.

Hope it can help you

BR

XiangJun Rong

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